Because most of us have lacking diets, over time we risk negative outcomes. Thinning hair, dry or thin skin, and soft or brittle nails, among others are all potential symptoms of various nutrient deficiencies.
If you haven’t taken a multi vitamin regularly through your 20’s and 30’s it might be a good time to start as you enter your 40’s. Statistically, the risk of disease increases as we age. So, if you’d like to reduce your risk, you might want to consider taking a multivitamin daily.
Our own health is often prioritized lower on the list behind our work, our friends and family and that dreaded to do list that continues to grow. Life’s obligations almost always take precedence over our personal health. This can have negative impacts down the road.
Young or older, active, or not, sometimes we don’t always get everything we need from our diet alone. Whether it’s a busy life, food allergies, or that you just don’t like fruits or veggies, a supplement can help cover those nutrient gaps.
Daily vitamin packs are not a new concept. In fact, they have been around for decades and made popular by some of the more popular brands back in the day. Everything you needed for optimal health came in one simple package. For many people, it was just easier to buy a packet that includes all your daily supplements instead of investing time and money into identifying the best brands and getting multiple bottles of supplements.
Everybody wants energy but there's no "one size fits all" solution when it comes to vitamins as there are many different nutrients that work through various different mechanisms within the body. This is where Personalized Vitamins will give you an advantage. In this article we’ll discuss five energy enhancing supplements offered in our personalized vitamin plans.
A study published this past October in Nutrition, shows that a combination of the readily available vitamins D3, B12, and the mineral magnesium can reduce the progression of the disease to severe or fatal stages.